12.04.2018

ARC Review: Unleashed by L.A. Fiore & Anthony Dwayne

The quaint town of Ogg’s Point rests on the rocky coasts of Maine.
Native Rutledge Raines left home with no plans of returning, but years later he is drawn back to sell his late grandmother’s house. He never imagined the mundane task would drop the annoying but sexy Peyton Morgan into his life. Being home forces him to remember why he left in the first place because even small towns have secrets lurking in the shadows.
When those demons are unleashed, Rut, Peyton and Ogg’s Point will never be the same.


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★★★★☆


This collaboration between Fiore and Dwayne was pure magic!

These authors created a story and characters that immediately grabbed a hold of me and when the story was done, they wouldn't let go. Even now, I can't stop thinking about them and it's been days since I finished this book.


Rutledge was the perfect blend of tortured and brooding hero. The type of man you want to hug as much as you want to throttle him. The kind of man you don't mind being bossed around by... especially in the bedroom. He was sexy and kind and I loved the many ways in which he loved Peyton.


Peyton was an absolute sweetheart. She was warm and loving and the perfect complement to the cold and somewhat distant hero. Their initial 'meeting' wasn't the stuff of fairytales, however, this soon turned into a fiery passion that neither had ever felt before. I loved how willing Peyton was to shoulder some of Rut's burdens and how she instinctively knew exactly what he needed most.


There was plenty of humor to be found amongst these pages. I lost track of how many f-bombs that came from Rut's mouth. He made swearing an art form (my kind of guy). Amongst the swoons and romance, there was a bit of a suspenseful edge to the story which spoke to the darkness hiding in plain sight within Rut. Every element added made this one heck of a story to get lost in. Huge doses of sweet with a couple dashes of sour made Unleashed a definite must-read!

Release: December 7, 2018
Dual POV - 1st person
Heat: 3.5
Standalone - An Ogg's Point Novel 

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